So you’re relatively on top of things. You have a calendar, you (at least sometimes) keep a to-do list, and you have a notebook for tracking your great ideas, but you’re tired of tracking all these things separately. You want One System to rule them all, and you’re ready to move out of your analogue world and into a digital app.
You’re pretty sure you can set it up yourself, but you just don’t know where to start. That’s where I come in.
During our Skype session, we’ll chat about what you’re looking for in a digital system. Once we’re clear on what you need, I’ll make a tailored recommendation for an app which will work well for you, and show you what it looks like in practice to use that app. AND you’ll get access to my printable document of best-practice tips for using to-do list apps.
Once you’ve implemented your One System to Rule Them All, you will have the option of booking in complimentary follow-up mini-session, where I’ll look over your system and give you a few tailored tips for how you could get even more out of it.
Tailored advice for your One System to rule them all.
One Skype session, plus a complimentary follow-up mini-session. (Tune-up must be booked within 2 months of original session.)
|Christina is one of the most organised people I know, so when I started feeling overwhelmed and whingey about all the tasks on my plate the first thing I did (after whinging) was reach for my phone to ask Christina for help. Christina patiently listened to me whine about feeling as if I was dropping things, being inefficient and letting people down. I really didn’t want to let people down – if I say I’m going to do something for someone it’s important to me that I follow through every. single. time. I realised that professionally I had developed organisational systems that kept me on top of my work and ahead of deadlines, but that I got lazy about applying this skill to my personal life. I tried keeping track of my to do list in a number of ways, but none of them worked well for me, and I ended up drinking lots of tea and staring blankly at my lists instead.
When I approached Christina she genuinely sparked an excitement in me about the possibilities of using a system to help me keep track of my to do list. I envisioned feeling more organised, taking those tasks out of my head and leaving more space for other, more enjoyable things, like daydreaming about finding a box of healthy but abandoned kittens on my way to work!
Christina set up a Skype session with me and we talked through what I needed and what outcomes I was hoping for. She listened attentively and suggested Asana, a particular organisational system that aligned with my needs. Christina used screen view on Skype to show me around her Asana and pointed out the specific aspects of the system that I would find useful. Christina’s teaching experience really comes through; she is knowledgeable, very clear when presenting information, and friendly. I found it valuable to have a personalised tutorial on how to use Asana and to be able to see the ways Christina utilised the tool.
After our Skype session, I set up my Asana account and began using it. When I had questions Christina was more than happy to help, and I now have a smooth running organisational system (actually more organised than my professional life). It is important to me not have to carry around a to-do list in my head when there are too many fun things to daydream about; in Asana, I assign tasks with a particular date and sort my tasks by Later, Upcoming, and Today. This means I can view today’s tasks and complete them without feeling stressed about prioritising. I don’t feel overwhelmed by my to do list anymore and am more reliable for those close to me.
What if I just really love my paper planner or to-do lists?
If you’re highly attached to your paper planner, then I’m here to say: Congratulations! Just by having a system you already love, you’re waaaaaay ahead of many people. You probably don’t need a complete digital system to replace that good thing you’ve already got going.
You may still benefit from some automated digital reminders to reduce some of your load, but that’s not what this particular service is all about. To learn more about how to do your best work and be more productive while still keeping your beloved paper planner, then you may want to check out my workshops.
How do I know if this is right for me?
In our Skype session, you’ll learn a bit about how your brain works (according to neuroscientists and psychologists), and what tools you can use to take advantage of the quirks of human psychology.
If you’re curious to learn about those quirks, and willing to take action with some new tools and habits, then this service is right for you.
If you want somebody to organise your life for you without having to lift a finger or learn anything new, then my services aren’t for you. (May I suggest a personal assistant?)
Could you tell me more about what the process of purchasing looks like?
Here’s the full process, from start to finish:
- Select the service you’re interested in from the options above.
- Click the “Pay with PayPal” button to submit your payment.
- After you submit your payment, you’ll receive your welcome email from me within 2 business days. This will include suggestions for days and times we could meet over Skype.
- Hit “reply” to that email, telling me your preferred time and date (or, for a multi-session purchase, your preferred times and dates).
- You will receive an email confirmation of our Skype appointment(s) and a welcome questionnaire from me. Before we hop on Skype, I’d like to know a bit about you and what you’d like to get out of working with me.
- Download the questionnaire and answer the questions, then email the document back to me.
- Jump onto your computer 10 minutes before our first session, making sure that you’re logged into Skype and have added Project TGL as a contact. Fix yourself a cuppa and settle in!
- We’ll have our session at the appointed time. The exact length of Skype sessions varies slightly, but they go for 60–90 minutes.
- A few days after our session, I’ll follow up with a document outlining the tools and principles we put into place together.
- Two weeks after our session, I’ll reach out to ask if you’d like to book a complimentary follow-up mini-session. If your answer is yes, then we’ll book in a time and rinse and repeat Steps 7, 8, and 9 (except that the session will go for a breezy 30 minutes, this time).
What are you terms and conditions? Do you have a money-back guarantee?
Here’s the nitty gritty:
- In the unlikely event that we cannot find mutually agreeable times for sessions, you will receive a full refund.
- Sessions can be re-scheduled up to 48 hours before our appointment time.
- Unattended sessions cannot be rescheduled or refunded.
- Sessions expire 6 months after purchase, and unused sessions are non-refundable.
- I work with actionable tools that have been proven to work for real people. I’m confident they’ll work for you too! So confident that I’ll give you this guarantee: if you do the work, implement the tools we discussed, and are still not satisfied with the results, then contact me within 30 days of our final session and I’ll refund your money.
Still have questions? Email me! I’d love to give you whatever additional information you need.
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